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Problem with stored procedure table parameter

 
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Hello, I have the problem with stored procedure with paramater which is table type.

I have defined my own type


and i have stored procedure like this



Now...

When I run this class on my local machine the result is OK nad looks like
1: 'ONE'
2: 'TWO'
3: 'THREE'

But when I copy this class on the server and run it, the result is wrong
1: '???'
2: '???'
3: '???'

Here is my environment:

on local machine
eclipse 3.3.1
java 1.5 (java version compiler in eclipse is 1.4)

on server (WAS 5)
oracle 9.2.0.6.0
java 1.4.2_08

Result from table parameters are always 3 question marks :|
What is the problem?
 
Rafal Mrozik
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Hmm I think i found the solution: nls_charset12.jar from page
http://www.oracle.com/technology/software/tech/java/sqlj_jdbc/htdocs/jdbc9201.html
I have copied this jar to WAS lib directory and it works fine
 
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Thats great Rafal Mrozik. :thumb:

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